Robinson views his new creative life as a quest which began when he was 40. You need three things to be an artist a gift, ambition and desire, he states. Robinson’s new career soon became a consuming passion. Looking for the perfect site for his work, he moved from Westport to Tokeland, then to Ocean City until he found his present home location at 1552 Ocean Beach Road, Copalis Crossing, where he now operates under the name of Native Beach Accessories. His display of large dramatic chainsaw carvings is impossible to miss.